CALLING---Those who have Jobs- WE need you! - page 8

i was wondering from those of you lucky new rn's that have jobs:yeah: 1.what kind of floor are you working on? 2.where are you from? 3.how did you get that job?--did you have connections?,... Read More

  1. by   calledtodo
    Search this site. http://www.usajobs.gov/
  2. by   calledtodo
    If you need help with the application process, you should go on base to the employment center and someone should be there to help you. I have seen several lpn/lvn positons and also health tech positions. You may be able to get hired with little to no experience. IDK.
  3. by   calledtodo
    not sure if this will help...


    5/4/2010lvn (various wards)veterans affairs, veterans health administration us-ca-long beach $37,841.00+the licensed vocational nurses selected for this position is accountable to the nurse manager, of various wards within primary care & specialty clinics. incumbent performs the full range of direct ... more

    vacancy ann #:t38-09-400 (pp)
    who may apply:public
    pay plan:gs-0620/4-6
    appointment term:permanent
    job status:full-time
    opening date:05/05/2009
    salary range:from $37,841.00 to $51,209.00 usd per year

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  4. by   calledtodo
    some more info. i would almost apply for this myself if i lived in the area and if i wasn't going to school for rn. doesn't seem like you will need any major experience for this position. good luck!
    lvn (various wards)

    qualifications required:1. u.s. citizen.
    2. graduate of a school of practical or vocational nursing approved by the appropriate state accrediting agency and/or the nln at the time program was completed or completion of education or training in the military service which is accepted by the licensing body in the jurisdiction in which the individual is licensed qualifying for full lpn/lvn licensure.
    3. full, active, and unrestricted license.
    4. proficient in both written and spoken english.
    graduate of a school of practical or vocational nursing approved by the appropriate state accrediting agency and/or the nln at the time program was completed or completion of education or training in the military service which is accepted by the licensing body in the jurisdiction in which the individual is licensed qualifying for full lpn/lvn licensure.
    you must be a u.s. citizen to qualify for this position.

    you must submit to a drug test and receive a negative drug test before you can be appointed into this position.

    you will need to successfully complete a background security investigation before you can be appointed into this position.

    applicants for this position must pass a pre-employment medical examination.
    how you will be evaluated:
    top you will be evaluated based upon the question responses you provide during a structured interview. in responding to structured interview questions you should be sure to site specific examples of experience, explain exactly what you did, and the outcome.
  5. by   calledtodo
    Hang in there all!

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